The rest of the civilized world hopes that this will be the beginning of the end of this kind of dirty war, which has only degraded those who promote and support it.
U.S. President Barack Obama is caught between Republican demands and Democratic resentment and is unable to reconcile the two.
New York: Fifty years later, just as America's racial divide resurfaces, Lyndon B. Johnson's prediction appears to be coming true.
I don't think that Marco Rubio is viable, at least for now. But he does have the makings of a politician. His time will come, if he knows how to wait and learn.
With his focus on the 2016 presidential election, Barack Obama is making waves by sorting out the situation of 4 to 5 million undocumented immigrants, a calculated political risk for Democrats. Republicans only have themselves to blame.
The unexpected announcement of U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s resignation, who must remain in his post until the Senate confirms his successor, is a clear indication of the strategic decline suffered by the superpower during the two successive administrations of President Barack Obama, who will soon bring in [Read more]
On Thursday President Barack Obama announced that he will give temporary immigration relief to some 5 million of the 11.4 million undocumented immigrants that currently live in the United States. This will supposedly be the most regularization of undocumented workers in three decades, according to the reports from [Read more]
No matter where Americans look of late, Obama has projected an image of reluctance and not that of the leader of the indispensable country.
The Keystone XL will have to wait. On Nov. 18, the Senate blocked the bill for the giant pipeline, linking oil from Alberta, Canada, to the U.S. Gulf Coast. The text, which the House of Representatives adopted on Friday, Nov. 14, did not get the requisite vote of 60 senators that would have forced President Barack [Read more]
<i>The U.S. and China, two countries with the highest level of greenhouse gas emissions, have agreed to cut back on pollution.</i>
The presidents of China and the U.S., two countries with the highest level of greenhouse emissions, have reached a historic agreement in Beijing. They have pledged to cut back. It should [Read more]